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The Movements of Many People,
Newberrians and Those Who
Prof. Dudley Cozby. of Rock Hill.
is in the city. t
Mr. R. C. Perry is home from Chick t
Mr. Olin Fulmer, of Columbia. is
visiting relatives in the city. c
Mr. J. H. M. Kinard spent Saturday t
and Sunday in Augusta. r
Mr. W. P. Davis returned on Sun- a
day from a pleasant visit to Georgia. t
Rev. Geo. A. Wright will return t
home today from his vacation to
Misses Maggie and Mamie Clir.e c
are visiting friends and relatives in
Greenville this week.
Miss Vinnie Mae Wilson has re
turned home after a pleasant visit a
to friends in Greenville.
Rev. and Mrs. T. V Sloan and son. b
of Greenville, are visiting relatives in
Misses Grace Clark and Marie I
Werber are visiting friends in Spar- I
Mrs. W. L. Seabrook returned last t
week from a visit to her relatives in i
Mr. Jno. M. Kinard and Col. W. H. "
Hunt returned on Friday from Hen- g
Mr. Charlie Moore. of Columbia,
spent a few days in the city the pa;t
Mr. J. E. Norwood left yesterday r
for Virginia to join his family and
take his vacation.
Mr. J.I. Campbell, of Fitzgerald.
Ga.. was in the city last week on a
visit to friends and relatives. C
Mr. E. B. Wilbur left the city last x
week for Charleston. where he took "
a steamer for New York. He will f
be gone several weeks. ei
Miss Lucia Beeabel returned to her h
home at St. Matthews yesterday, af- r:
ter a pleasant visit to Miss Ellie C
Hon. Geo. S. Mower is attending p
the meeting of the National bar asso- p
ciation and will visit relatives in the
east before his return, a
Prof. WV. C. Bynum left yesterday u
for Bennettsville where he goes too
teach in the Bennettsville graded n
school the coming session as princi- a
Capt. A. P. Pifer returned on Sat
urday from his annual outing to Vir
ginia much improved by the rest e
and recreation. His friends are glad r
to see him among them again. I
Misses Marguerite and Carolyn
Cromer reached Newberry yesterday, a
after a delightful trip to Baltimore, h
New York and other points of inter- tI
Misses Gussie and Louise Houseal, "
w.ho have been visiting relatives in 0
the city, left yesterday for Ninety
Six, where they will visit friends. be
fore returning to their home ina
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT
Amity lodge will meet nexc Mondayr
night in the Red Men's hall.
The weather has felt like fall of '0
the :rear for the past few days.
The Masons and the Knights of t.l
Pvthias will hold their conventions mn o
the Red Men's hall for the next six tl
The Newberry Hardware company
will erect a building on their lot nex:
to The Herald and News building in a
Work on the fraternity hall build- n
ing, it is hoped, will be commenced C
in a very short time. The wooden
ibuilding next to the postoffice has B
been torn away.
The National Bank buiding is being
repainted and will present a hand
some appearance when completed. k
This reminds us to remark that a F
little paint could be used to a great F
advantage in a great many places. b
Mr. M. L. Spearman has resigned
his position as bookkeeper for Purcell
& Scott to accept the cashiership of
the Exchange bank and Mr. John R. 3
Scurry. of Chappells succeeds him. S
Mr. Scurry will move his family to b
Newber the first of January. n
REUNION CO. G. 13TH.
Pleasant Annual Gathering of Old
Friends And Veterans.
Pro-perity. August 28.-It was a
lad day for the survivors of Co. G.
3 S. C. V. on last Saturday when
iev met in annual reunion. Owing
> the death of Capt. Banks Rev. J.
I. Counts was elected president and
B. Lever, vice-president: L. S. Bow
rs. secretary. It was decided to
rganize the sons and daughters of
ie members of the Co. in'to an or
anization and September 30 was set
part as the day. A picnic will be held
iat day at Prosperity and the asso
ation will be duly organized. Wie
ike it for granted that the son or
aughter of a deceased member is
igible to membership and all who
an should join.
L. S. Bowers, A. A. Nates and J. -I.
)ominick were elected business com
it-.tee and they will have c.harge of
Committee on memoirs, L. S. Bow
rs, A. A. Nates and J. E. Quattle
aum. There have been four deaths
it members during the past year.
apt. J. F. Banks, J. M. Taylor, M.
. Kinard and D. L. Moore of Ga.
'here are 7ill living forty-five mem
ers of the company. They are scat
red all the way to Texas. In look
i over the list forty-five was but
small part of the original. Many,
ery many. have gone to join t.he
reat majority and to answer the roll
ll on the other shore.
The 'cue was fine, a big crowd was
resent. There were no speeches and
erone seemed to enjoy themselves
pecially the old soldiers. as they
counted deeds of the battlefield.
A. H. K.
On Sunday the editor went to
reenwood county to spend the day
ith his parents. It also happened,
ithout any preconceived arrange
ent that all the children were pres
Ia-Mrs. W. W,. Daniel from Co
imbia, Prof. N. E. Aull for Hicko
. N. C., Rev. W. B. Aull from
rangeburg, Mrs. A. D. Timmerman
ho lievs nearby in Greenwood coun
r and L. B. Aul who ives with. his
3rents-a sort of family reunion.
.ev. V. B. Aull preached in the
:hool house nearby where we once
:tended school. We had the pleas
e of seeing and shaking hands with
ir preceptor. Mr. A. F. Townsend,
w 77 years old, though still young
Mr. Fred H. Dominick. commision
of state elections, will receive the
rurns at his office tonight. Phone
The Herald and News office will
so be open and will be pleased to
ave our friends in the county p.hione
ie result as soon as declared. Phone
If any of the managers come in
e will ibe pleased to have them make
ir office headquarters.
The result ought to be known early.
he polls open at 7 o'clock and close
4 o'clock. It should take only a
iort time to count the votes and we
.ght to know the result by 3 o'clock.
Death of Miss Rebecca De.Walt..
Miss Rebecca DeWalt died at the
~sidence of her nephew. Dr. 0. B.
[ayer, y'esterday at half past one
clock. She was 77 years old. The
ineral will be held at the residence
s afternoon at half past 'three
clock and interment will boe had at
e Gray graveyard six miles from the
Mr. M. A. Wallace, of Newberry,
ent to Laurens Friday where he was
arried Sunday morning to Miss
Rev. M\. Compton of the Second
aptist church officiating..
Mr. M. T. Krawchek was married
st Thursday in Bamberg to Miss
osye 'Pear!stine of that city. Mr.
rawhek is well known in New
Death of Miss Maude Jones.
Miss Maude Jones..a dlaughter of
r. J. M. Jones. of WVest End. dieel
miday after a long illness, and was
TWO CUTTING SCRAPES.
Neither Fatal-Both In the City On
T.here were two cutting scrapes in
the city on Saturday afternoon.
Jno. Glenn slashed Dennis Renx%ick
on the left breast making a gash
bout six inches long, but not deep
enough to touch any vital part, though
Renwick bled profusely. The cutring
took pace on the street near the store
of E. A. Griffin & Co. Just what
gave rise ro it we do not know. Ren
wick is the step father of Glenn and
they had some words and while words
do not justify blows in the eye of the
law those who heard the row say
Renwick was largely in fault. Ren
wick was sent home and as soon as
his wound will justify it he and Glenn
will appear before the mayor to ex
At Jor:es ice .house the same after
noon Jim Gallman cut Frost Bfzwn
in the neck, but not seriously. They
appeared before the mayor yester
day morning and Gallman was given
$o or 20 days and Brown $5 or 5
days. They will likely take the days.
The mayor had a pretty big court
yesterday morning, the fines amount
ing to about $6o.
West End News.
Mr. J. I. Campbell, of Fitzgerald,
Ga., visited his brother and sister
West End will cross bats with
Utopia next Friday at Dead Fall.
The dspensary voted out, Then
The grading out of the baSement
is almost completed. The concrete
floor will be put down this week.
The congregation of Mayer Me
morial church will erect a tower on
their church building. The lumber
s on the ground They will also pur
hase a bell.
Mr. W. R. Casey, of Belton, was
1ere on a visit to his daughter, Miss
Mr. Myfield, of Union. was the
uest of Mr. F. H. Campsen on Wed
McCrary cornet band is getting so
Lhey can play very well. They have
purchased a new cornet of. the J. W.
Popper make. It is a fine instrument.
Mr. Clay Doggen, of Saluda, came
>ver Saturday to see his daughter,
Nlrs. Holsenback, who is seriously ill.
Mr. James Bouknight has severed
iis connection with the mill and is
aow located at WVhitmire.
Since the stealing of the bicycle
nd shoes Mrs. WV. M. Thomas had a
rug stolen. It is almost impossible
to leave anything outside of your
house day or night unless you are
vvatching it. It would be well for the
:ouncil to put some one on the hill
o catch these rogues who prowl
around looking for soraething to
Mr. John Cook, of Winnsboro, was
nn the mill Saturday shaking hands
Mr. Tiller Attaway, of Saluda, was
>er last week visiting his mother.
Mrs. J. WV. M'cCollough, of Pros
>rity. is visiting her son. Mr. J. H.
NcCollough, who has been very sick
>t is improving.
Large numbers of the people of
Nest End attended the tent meetings
mn Main street.
Mr. J. D. Jeter, of Whitmire, paid
ii son, WV. B. Jeter a short visit
Saturday and Sunday.
Rev. 3. H. Graves preached forcible
ermon on the dispensary Sunday
iiht in the Mayer Memorial church
:o a large congregation.
Miss Maud Jones the youngest
iaghter of Mrs. J. M. Jones died
Sunday morning after an illness of
our months. She leaves a mother,
your sisters, a brother and a host of
riends to mourn her loss Another
Flwer has been plucked from our
nidst while we laid her body to rest
n Rosemont cemetery we will ever
:erish her kind deeds and sympa
hie with: her people in their loss.
i precious one from us has gone
i voice we loved is still
. vacant place in our home
Nhich never can be filled.
Mr. J. W. Heribert and family have
noved to WX)hirmire.
A good line of Men's Working
m.. rtsn-el a ants at A. C.
Match Games To Be Played Near
Two games of base ball will be
played on the diamond at the resi
dence of Mr. Jacob W. Crouch near
Silver Street on the first day of Sep
tember. The game in th morning
will be between the Dead Fall team
and -.he St. Lukes nine. In the after
noon Dead Fall will cross bats with
West End. Some good playing is
promised. and Mr. Crouch., who is a
base ball enthusiast invites the public
to be present.
A picnic dinner will also be enjoyed
and everybody is invited to come with
well filled baskets
There was a sensational meeting at
Young's Grove in Newberry counEy
last week at which the disp;ensary
was discussed. Most of the speeches
were against the dispensary. Senator
Blease spoke for the dispensary and
stirr*d up the audience. The speak
ers against the law were not inter
rupted at all but when Blease was
talking he was first interrupted by i
A C. Jones, one of the speakers and 1
afterwards by R,v. C. M. Boyd of the I
Associate Reformed Presbyterian <
church. Blease spoke of there being
a great number of rascals in the
churches and that seems to havie given
offence to Messrs. Jones and Boyd. i
After Blease had finished the crowd I
called for Mr Boyd and he made a
The Nfewberry Herald and News
"When Mr. Blease left the stand,
he was halted Iby Rev. P. H. E. Per
rick. who challenged some state
ments Mr. Blease made in his spieech.
flatly contradicting him. Mr. Blease i
apparently tried to avoid a difficulty
and he turned and walked off, leav
ing Mr. Derrick still talking. who,
before Mr. Blease had gone fift'een
feet, said: "And if you deny it. you
are a liar." Mr. Blease walked on off
as if he had not heard the remark."
"Novel procdedings" are always in
order in Newberry. Nothing of the
kind was ever seen in South Carolina
before that we can recall. We see
no reason why Mr. Boyd should take
offense for Senator Blease had no
reference to his church as no rascals
belong to it and it nev'er takes "blood
In the Derrick matter Senator
Blease certainly acted with dignity
and propriery. If he had shot Der
rick or struck him there would have
been such a.howl as was never heard
lefore. One had as well strike a
woman as a preacher is the general
idea. Mr. Derrick is too belligerent
to preach brotherly love. His chief
distinction hereafter will be not that
fe preached a good sermon but that
he "called Cole Blease a liar." He
ought to have prayed for Senator
Blease and should do so now for the
command is to "pray for those who
despitefully use you" instead of get
ting up a fist fight.
The scriptures teach us and we
repeat from an exchange, t.hat,
"He that is slow to anger is ber
ter than the mighty; and he that
ruleth his spirit than he -that taketh
"If any on among you seem to be
religious ahd bridleth not his tongue
but deceiveth his own heart, this
man's religion is vain."
"Whoso keepeth his mouth and his
tongue keepeth his soul from trouble."
"Ot of the same mouth proceedeth
blessing and cursing. My brethern,
these things ought not so to be."
"Not that which goeth into the
mouth defileth a man; but that which
:ometh out of the mouth, that defileth
a man." __ _ _ _ _
Dispensary Election Ordered in York. ,
Yorkville, Aug. 26.-County Super
visor Thos. W. Boyd, having found
>ver one-fourth of the names of qual
ied voters on the anti-dispensary:
etitions, has ordiered an election to
e held in York county on September
36th on the question of dispensary
>r no dispensary.
I have added to our stock for fall'
magnificent line of Clothing for
Wien, Boy's and Children.. All new
md up to date. Come and See them. . n
A. C. TONES. e~
Attention Cotton Growers.
The executive committee of the
:' qunty cotton growers met today,
Aug. 2.md, and adjourned to meet
igain here on the 12Lh of September
ith a view of urging the members of
:he association to comply with the ac
tion to be caken by the Southern asso
:iation in regard to fixing t.he price
>f cotton, which is to meet at Ashe
ville, N. C., on the 6th of September.
The committee realize the great im
portance of a compliance on the part
:>f members of the association with
3aid action, and desire members in ad
vance to call attention to it.
I have just opened our new Fall
loves. A large assortment, includ
ng large Gauntlet Gloves for mill
:nen, railroad men, and working men.
Prices right. Come and See them.
A. C. JONES.
Newberry, S. C., Aug. 26, 1905.
To all merchants and whom it may
The following circular from South
!rn Car Service association, office of
manager, circular No. 13, Columbia,
3. C., Augus 1st, 1905: "The lines
nterested in South Carolina, in order
:o avoid claim of discrimination have
ound necessary to absolutely dis4
:ontinue the practice of giving free
storage to any article in or on their
property at all their sEations. You
re hereby instructed that on and af
:er Septem-, 1st, to allow nothing to
>e stored at your station in your local
lepot, on pla*cforms or in other prop
rty belonging to the railroads unless
All storage, as allowed by the ruIes
)f the South Carolina Railroad Coi
nission and the railroads, is collect
(Signed) J. C. Haskell, Man'r.
Please take notice and be advised
:hat the storage rules at our stations
vill be enforced as above. This ap
lies to everything for this place, in
J. P. Sheely,
Agent Southern R.'R.
J. W. Denning,
Agent C., N. &. L. R. R.
OR SALE-One 25 horse-power en
gine; one 10 horse-power engine; I~
)ower presses, 2 60-saw gins and one
saw mill, shafting and belting, An
epteiber 13 at Geo. P. Boozer's
lace. Property of Jas. B. Clary,
eceased. M. Helen Clary.
IXIE MOSQUITO CANOPIES .
and Frames complete, reduced to
2.oo at Wooten's.
OR SALE-,200 bushels choice
western red rust proof seed oats.
rust arrived. We~ offer, while t*hey
ast, at 55 cents spot cash. Buy
juick before the adv*nce. Moseley
Bros., Prosperity, S. C.
OTICE-On and after this date
we will discontinue hauling cot
on from the public gins in the town
f Newberry, S. C. Sorry, but we
:an't afford it.
G. M. B. Epting,
3. P. Neel.
August 22, 1905.
N'ANTED to purchase 5,00o acres
good farm land for cash. Newber
y Land and Security Co.
WANTED-Girls to do liglht sewing
on power machines. No experience
ecessary. Wages paid while learn
ng. Clean, light work. Good board
ng place. Whitmire Mfg. Co., Whit
nire, S. C.
&ANTED to sell six houses and lots,
and 13 vacant lots near Farmer's
)il Mill. 25 horse-power engin and
,iler-Eran make. 2 wakons and an
-year-old horse. Apply to
* P. R. Hallmnan,
Newberry, S C.
IONEY TO LOAN--We negotiate
loans on improved farm lands at
seven per cent. interest on amounts
over one thousand dollars, and
eight per cent. interest on amounts
less than $1,0oo. Long time and
easy payments. Hunt, Hunt &
Banister's Fine Shoes for Gentle
ten, for fall and winter.. Just receiv
A at A. C. JONES.